We raise walls, We build barriers, We aim straight the rifle barrels and up the missile heads.
Cause it's alway better not to see. Cause it's alway better not to see.
We scream words of disdain, we play dirges,
We decorate ourselves of lies praising to the truth,
We ask forgiveness executing our brothers,
Cause it's always better not to feel. Cause it's always better not to feel.
And it's not good to be high or low, And it's not good to be fat or thin, neither rich nor poor, neither white nor black or red or otherwise.
And it's not good to be woman or man, it's not good to love or to hate, neither a woman nor a man.
And it's not good to be believing in god or do not believe it, it's not good to ask for help or take it alone.
And it's not good to suffer And it's not good to be happy And it's not good to cry And it's not good to laugh
Cause it's all wrong. Cause it's all wrong.

We ask who we are,
when the answer lies in the other.
We ask where we come from,
when the answer lies in the next.

Cause we claim.

Cause we beg.

We would like to have faith, We would like to have hope, but there is the rule of silence.

We would like to be human.